FIMI urges govt to lift beach sand mining ban on private firms In its latest report “Mining Matters for India”, Federation of Indian Mineral Industries said the ban has put a large number of jobs at stake. Beach sand mining ban on private players has resulted in loss of exports worth Rs 4,000 crore and […]
As per the above notifications, the private mining lessees for beach sand minerals will have to relinquish their rightful mining leases. No fresh mining lease could be granted for beach sand minerals, for any private players. The Vision of the National Mineral Policy (NMP), 2019, is while the Government Agencies will continue to perform the […]
To prejudice the authorities and judiciary some vested interest people spread false rumours that Thorium, a radiation material is exported . Though it is not possible to export, vested interest people spread this false news. Thanks to the authorities who clarify in a conference that, the Thorium will be used in the third stage programe […]
Royalty is not for ROM only for mineral – Ministry of Mines Tribunal decided in its final order No. 36 of 2015 dated 25.03.2015. Royalty is not for ROM only for mineral order 36-2015
Government of India, Ministry of Mines Tribunal in its final order No. 725 of 2011 dated 29.11.2011 decided that, the Deputy Director of Mines is not competent to go beyond the lease granting order and the mining lease deed conditions. Conditions not included in the order cannot be implemented 725-2011
Aug 2018 Parliament Question on Thorium Reserves
Dec 2018 Parliament Question Thorium yet to be used in the world
The National Planning Commission constituted a High Level Committee to submit report on National Mineral Policy. Page No. 168 to 182 speaks about Beach Minerals. The original report can be download from http://planningcommission.gov.in/reports/genrep/rep_nmp.pdf National Mineral Policy Report of High Level Committee.